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Wednesday, July 20th, 2011

The Perry Bible Fellowship Releases Its First New Comic Strip in Over a Year

The Perry Bible Fellowship is maybe my all-time favorite comic strip. I am very much biased, as it started as a comic in The Daily Orange when I was a student at Syracuse and I became friends with its creator, Nick Gurewitch, but I will still stand by it forever and ever. I was very sad when Nick retired from making new comics weekly. But hey, look at this! Today he released the first new strip in ages. And if you're not familiar with the PBF, I am very jealous, as now you get to go through the archives with fresh eyes.

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  • theBULL

    The Perry Bible Fellowship is the only comic strip that actually makes me laugh. Most others just make me smile… but not often.

  • http://www.robstrong.com Rob Strong

    Co-sign. (I have never met the man, so my review comes without a disclaimer of cronyism.) Perry Bible Fellowship and Achewood are the only two things the internet has ever made that caused me to buy a book full of stuff I could see online for free. The PBF book, The Trial of Colonel Sweeto, will tractor-beam the attention of guests at a fun party if you leave it lying around. It is almost dangerously good.